ACS National Awards
The nomination period for the 2022 ACS National Awards closed on November 1, 2020. Thank you to all who participated in the nomination process this year. The winners will be announced in August 2021.
We will begin accepting nominations for the 2023 ACS National Awards in July 2021.
A. Paul Alivisatos, the University of California, Berkeley, scientist is the Samsung Distinguished Professor of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology and a professor of chemistry and materials science and engineering, as well as the university’s executive vice chancellor and provost. He is also director emeritus of Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and the founding editor in chief of Nano Letters, published by the American Chemical Society. Alivisatos will receive the 2021 Priestley Medal, the American Chemical Society’s highest honor. View C&EN article.
ACS National Awards Program Contact
American Chemical Society
1155 16th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20036
Phone: (800)227-5558, ext. 4575
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Becoming Award Ready Webinar
How do deserving and accomplished chemical scientists from diverse backgrounds become ACS award nominees and potentially winners? This short presentation shares the key aspects of preparing for and creating a successful nomination package for an ACS National Award.
National Awards Office Division Primer
This booklet provides technical divisions with quick access to answers to questions regarding the ACS National Awards Program’s selection and canvassing committee process and the awards banquet and ceremony, as well as how to nominate deserving individuals for national awards.